AUTOMATIC VEHICLE OVER SPEED CONTROLLING SYSTEM FOR SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ZONE



AUTOMATIC VEHICLE  OVER  SPEED  CONTROLLING
SYSTEM  FOR  SCHOOL  AND  COLLEGE  ZONE


                             An embedded system is a special-purpose computer system designed to perform a dedicated function. Unlike a general-purpose computer, such as a personal computer, an embedded system performs one or a few pre-defined tasks, usually with very specific requirements. Since the system is dedicated to specific tasks, design engineers can optimize it, reducing the size and cost of the product. Embedded system comprises of both hardware and software. Embedded system is fast growing technology in various fields like industrial automation, home appliances, automobiles, aeronautics etc., Embedded technology uses PC or a controller to do the specified task and the programming is done using assembly language programming or embedded C.

                                          Now a day’s accidents are increasing at a large pace, and various technologies are being introduced to reduce the accidents. In this project we are presenting a means to prevent speed controlling in school and college zone.

Project description:
The main aim of our project is to control the over speed of vehicle for school and college zone using the robot. Here we use the RF technology for that controlling. By this project we can control the vehicle speed through the radio frequency. The transmitter will receive the signal in the predetermined area only. When transmitter receives the signal, automatically it will display as school zone and control the speed limit of vehicle. The software for the microcontroller is written using embedded C.

Block diagram:

RF transmitter:






 












RF receiver:




 

















Hardware Requirements:

  • DC motor/Robot mechanism
  •  Microcontroller and power supply.
  • RF transmitter and RF receiver.

Software Requirements:

  • Embedded C programming
  • Compiler IDE.
  • Program burner

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